Free for Friends of Goethe Members
Admission is on a first come, first served basis.
Doors open at 6:30, Free parking in the building after 6:00 - bring your parking stub for validation.
Joe May, 1929, 90 min, s/w, silent/w.Engl. intertitles
Police Officer Holk is seduced by Else, a burglar, he is supposed to be arresting. He doesn’t press charges, hoping to continue the affair. While visiting her again, they are confronted by Else’s lover, who gets killed in a fight.
|The Goethe-Institut Los Angeles celebrates 40 years of Berlin – L.A. Sister-City Relations with this year-long program spanning from rarely seen silents to East- and West- German filmproductions to the cutting-edge films of the last Berlin Filmfestival. |
STARRING BERLIN presents key films, not only in a film-historic, but also film-aesthetic context.
Thrillers (M, Angels of Iron), comedies (One ,Two, Three, Run Lola Run), dramas (The Last Laugh, The Downfall) and the occasional documentary (Look at this city) make for a challenging, highly informative and entertaining year of films.
STARRING BERLIN invites the viewer to experience 100 years in the life of Berlin as seen in its films.
The first segment (January through April) covers the periods of post-World War I and Weimar Germany and ends with the first post-World War II film and German anti-war classic Die Mörder sind unter uns (The Murderers are among us).
Official Website: http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/los/kue/en2018736.htm
Added by kiracle on January 25, 2007